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Mathematics for Engineers (with CD)
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MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS (WITH CD)

PAPERBACK BY CROFT, TONY; DAVISON, ROBERT

£45.99

ISBN
9781292065939
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PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED
 
 
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PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED
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PAPERBACK
PAGES
1216 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
30 APR 2015

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CONTENTS

ContentsPublisher's acknowledgements Guided TourPreface Using mathematical software packages Arithmetic Fractions Decimal numbers Percentage and ratio Basic algebra Functions and mathematical models Polynomial equations, inequalitites, partial fractions and proportionality Logarithms and exponentials Trigonometry Further trigonometry Complex numbers Matrices and determinants Using matrices and determinants to solve equations Vectors Differentiation Techniques and applications of differentiation Integration Applications of integration Sequences and series Differential equations Functions of more than one variable and partial differentiation The Laplace transform Statistics and probability An introduction to Fourier series and the Fourier transformTypical examination papersAppendix 1: SI units and prefixesIndex